Golden Kamuy TV Anime Inspires Dazzling Boots from mayla traditional
The unfamiliar kinds of Golden Kamuy‘s Sugimoto and Asirpa are the inspiration in the serve of a orderly fresh line of brogues!
Vogue charge mayla traditional specializes in orderly shoes, earrings, and different equipment—both fully customary designs and collaborations with anime and manga titles. Their latest collab is the Diamond Bonds sequence, which takes inspiration from Satoru Noda‘s historical fiction manga-became-anime.
Every pair of brogues pulls patterns and colors from their respective persona’s outfits. Sugimoto’s are straightforward and straightforward, with brown leather orderly and accents matching his striped scarf:
Whereas Asirpa’s are match for royalty, with fur orderly and crimson patterned accents:
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The shoes reach in in a specially designed collectible box, along with a clearfile depicting a scene from the anime:
Shoes are 29,700 yen per pair, and accessible for pre-inform now from mayla traditional. Pre-orders shut April 28.
The first three seasons of Golden Kamuy are in the meanwhile streaming on Crunchyroll, which describes the sequence:
The yarn takes space in the mighty Northern self-discipline of Hokkaido, the time is in the turbulent behind Meiji Era. A submit battle soldier Sugimoto, aka, “Immortal Sugimoto” became short of wise sums of money for a particular reason….
What awaited Sugimoto, who stepped into Hokkaido’s Gold Mosey with dreams of setting up a fortune, became a tattoo plot leading to a hidden take care of in step with hints inscribed on the bodies of convicts in Abashiri Jail?! The pretty nature of Hokkaido vs vicious convicts and the assembly with a pure Ainu lady, Ashiripa!! A survival combat for a hidden take care of hunt begins!
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Watch Golden Kamuy on Crunchyroll!
© Satoru Noda, Shueisha/Golden Kamuy Manufacturing Committee
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